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How to fool a billionaire

Australian Financial Review
Mon, 29 Nov 2021

How to fool a billionaire
Elizabeth Holmes and husband Billy Evans. (Image: Getty)
Australian Financial Review
Mon, 29 Nov 2021
For entry to New York society, three complementary but separate institutions open a door: Harvard University, Goldman Sachs and Cravath, Swaine & Moore.Everyone is familiar with the first two. The third, known simply as Cravath, is the oldest, richest and most-prestigious law firm in a city that venerates age, money and status.Right now, in a courtroom on the other coast, a veteran Cravath trusts and estates lawyer is looking like a chump.Not just a regular chump. But a chump of the rich and powerful – people with so much money they v...

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